TUNE IN AT 4:20PM TODAY: HIGHER PAY FOR YOUNG APPRENTICES

TUNE IN AT 4:20PM TODAY: HIGHER PAY FOR YOUNG APPRENTICES

On June 1 wage increases for young apprentices were introduced.

Reporter Nicole Said talked to tradesmen and small business owners in Bathurst, to see whether this pay rise has made a difference to local apprentice numbers.

Tune in to our Living West news bulletin at 4:20pm today – streamed live on the SeeSeeEye website – to see what she found out.

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